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Academic Innovation & Disruption

Harry Hawk

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Apr 20, 2017 Harry Hawk
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Targeting memes with personal data (i.e., Facebook reactions) has been suggested as Cambridge Analytica's low cost "support strategy" for Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Brands can use the same or similar tools; in this episode I talk with researcher and personal data entrepreneur Paul Dehaye about data privacy, using memes to "collect" and "share" segments of consumers and the monetization of personal data. Data About You Dr. Paul Dehaye wants to liberate...
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Mar 25, 2017 Harry Hawk
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Traditional Education is Passive Sitting still at your desk "absorbing" knowledge is passive. Often the only "active" part of a classroom is distracting siren call of smart phones, and watches. Cahoot - usually used in plural they're in cahoots.  He was robbed by a man who was in cahoots with the bartender. - Merriam-Webster Let's Play A Game In Class It might seem "wrong" (and even a bit odd) that gameplay is a solution that can make classrooms more active...
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May 21, 2015 Harry Hawk
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A special BONUS show. Harry Hawk talks with Dr. Freberg about students and social media. How she teaches social media, and how students react to "having" to use social media as part of a classroom activity or as homework, and how that differs from using it with their friends. Karen also talks about how she teaches communications and PR and includes some of the social media lesson plans and exercises in her courses. Dr. Freberg uses Twitter, SnapChat and Facebook in her classroom....
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Apr 23, 2015 Harry Hawk
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Teachers Need Peer Review Dr. McKee provides some peer assessment and evaluation of Harry's in-classroom learning. Harry recounts the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of assignments and in-class strategies. Harry is seeking broader acceptance of honest self-evaluation and embracing the failures in pedagogy that leads to learning and improved student learning outcomes. Reach Doug: Teach Better web site (http://teachbetter.co) and Twitter (@TeachBetterCo) Harry's Notes: "Since the Fall...
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Steve Price is a Chain Reaction Artist You may know him from America's Got Talent... Steve Price is a full time college student (Junior), and when not in school spends his time thinking about and building complicated constructions of dominoes, chemical reactions and other physical elements that once started "detonate" in one long chain reaction. Here is a great example on YouTube: Steve Price (Sprice) on America's Got Talent. Steve's web site | Steve on Twitter | Steve's YouTube...
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Apr 2, 2015 Harry Hawk
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Spring 2015 Business leaders in the Spring of 2015 (at the most senior levels) are still not using social media tools themselves (even senior PR Pros). Yet there is plenty of data suggesting that when the C-Suite uses social tools, it helps them and their teams strengthen consumer trust in their company. The sad fact is that often C-Suite executives are unwilling to learn the needed skills or are simply just risk adverse. Game of RISK: In academic circles these same two issues are often...
Learning without grades Education in America is focused on how many days you spend in the classroom, and the grades you are assessed. Education in America rarely focuses on mastering new skills and quantified evidence of learning. If you show up for every class and you get a passing grade, you have passed the course, even if you haven't mastered everything covered in the course. Gaming Education Students who wish to complete a course or a degree don't have to really strive -- they just have to...
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Jan 19, 2015 Harry Hawk
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College/University Presidents Learn Social Media Dan Zaiontz, a faculty member of Seneca College, started researching senior academic usage of social media while completing his Master's degree in Communications (MCM). That research is now part of a book called #FollowTheLeader, which is being published by M. Stoner; January 20, 2015 is the publication date. Best Practices Dan talks about several educational leaders he admires, like Santa J. Ono (@prezono) from UC, and Paul...